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his is the story of things that be, 

oAnd of things that were at Shore, 

I From fall of year to firsl of June, 
qA friendly, varied lore. 



blunge in deep as divers do 
Who walk the floor of the sea 

oAnd traverse land yet unexplored 
Of things that were and he! 

This is the tale of a modern school 
With ways both new and old; 

Of things that be and things that were, 
Let the slory now be told. 




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We, the class of '28, dedicate this book 
to our sponsor 

Miss Lucille Aingworth 

in appreciation of the constant help and 
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Shore High School 




A Winter Scene 



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Wilbert A. Franks 
Superintendent of Euclid Schools 



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Metts, Daniel E - - Principal 

booster College, B.A.; Columbia University, M.A. 

Aingworth, Lucille - Domestic Art 

Western Reserve College for Women, A.B.; Columbia University 

Case, Ford L - Manual Training 

Wooster College; Ohio University; Ohio State 

Crampton, Mary R Secretary to the Principal 

University of Michigan, A.B. 

Crone. Mabel E ~~ Mathematics 

Oberlin College, B.A. 

Darst, Louise - Commercial Subjects 

Miami University; Oberlin College. B.A. 

Doutt. Genavieve... - - - Latin. French 

Beaver College, B.O.; Southern College, A.B.; Columbia University 

Faetkenheuer. Maude — Music 

Western Reserve University, A.B. 

Henry, Grace ...Art 

Cleveland School of Art 

Knox, Harley J English, History, Civics 

Coe College, B.A.; Iowa State College 

Krohn, Helene - English 

Wooster College, B.A. 

Leo. Carl Orchestra, Band, Boys' Glee Club 

Northwestern University; American Conservatory of Music, B.M. 

Mitchell. Leona History. Economics. Social Problems 

Ohio State University, B.S. 

Rosenbercer. Hetty E Domestic Science 

Western Reserve College for Women. B.S.; University of Chicago; Columbia U. 

Spangler, Harry W ...Science 

Heidelberg University, B.A. 

Swartz, Clare E ...English 

Wellesley College, B.A.; University of Chicago 

Taylor. Eulalia. ...Nurse 

Reynolds Memorial Hospital, Clendale, West Virginia 

Walker. Mary Physical Culture 

Oberlin College, A.B. 

Williams, Jane Commercial Arithmetic. Latin 

Denison University, Ph.B. 

Whiteside, Stanley L ...Science 

Ohio State University, B.A. 

Van Deusen, Howard ...Coach 



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mong sunken ships and treasure chesls 
'There's a flash of living things! 
doughty dolphin dashes by 

As if he were borne on wings. 



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A friend he is to those who dwell 

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Proteclor kind and sovereign, too, 
Of things that were and be. 






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Senior Class Officers 



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THEODA LUIKART 

"And everywhere that Sodie went, 
Her smiles were sure to show." 

Class President III, IV; Class Secretary I. 

Glee Club I, II, III, IV; Librarian IV. 

Music Appreciation Team II. 

Camera Club III, IV; Secretary IV. 

Cheerleader's Club II, 111. 

Leaders' Club III, IV; President III, IV. 

Porthole Staff IV; Assistant Photograph 

Editor. 
Basketball IV. 



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EDMUND BUDNICK 

"Give us the lad whose happy life 
Is one perpetual grin." 

Class Vice-President IV. 

Shore Breezes Staff I, IV. 

Porthole Staff; Associate Circulating Manager 

III; Associate Business Manager IV. 
Football IV. 
Manager of Track Squad. 



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WARREN BORGSTEADT 

"Silence is a true friend who never betrays." 

Class Secretary-Treasurer IV. 
Football III. IV. 

Manager of Basketball Team III. 
National Athletic Honor Society 111, IV. 
Baseball 111. 







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BRADFORD ABBOTT 

This chap was new at Shore this year. 
And very friendly ivith the girls 'round 

here. 
Entered from Collinwood IV. 
Port Hole Staff; Associate Litrary Edi- 
tor IV. 
Glee Club IV. 
Basketball IV. 
Senior Play IV. 



LUCILE BRIGLEB 

"You've heard of me often, you will not 
deny. 
I toot a cornet in the band of Shore 

High." 
Gym Leaders' Club IV. 
Orchestra IV. 



HOMER BARTLETT 

Sleep is apt to overtake him; 

He complains that classes wake him. 
Entered from Columbus North High IV. 
Baseball IV. 
Track IV. 



CLAIRE COWIN 

"There's the height of endeavor and the 

height of care; 
But heard you aught of the height of 

Claire?" 
Entered from Glenville III. 
Glee Club IV. 
Gym Leaders' Club IV. 




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HAROLD BOOK 

A "Book'' is the ever-burning lamp oj 

accumulated wisdom. 
Glee Club I. II. Ill, IV; Leader IV; 

Operetta I, II, III, IV. 
Football IV; Cheerleader II. 
Shore Breezes Staff IV. 
Port Hole Staff; Business Manager IV. 
Student Council II; Vice President III. 
Class President I, II. 
National Athletic Honor Society IV. 
National Honor Society IV. 
Senior Play; Salutatorian. 



DORIS EDEN 

Always quiet and meek, 

When spoken to, she will speak. 

Entered from East High III. 

Camera Club IV. 

Gym Leaders' Club IV. 




KESTER DISSETTE 

/ slept, and dreamed that life was 

beauty; 
I woke, and found that life was duty. 
Glee Club III, IV; Operetta III. 



MARTHA GRANGER 

"Existence is a merry treat, 
And every speech a jest." 

Glee Club III, IV. 
Cheerleaders' Club IV. 
Shore Breezes Staff III. 
Camera Club IV. 
Senior Play IV. 




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LEE GRAND JACKSON 

Sly Cupid and his mischievous dart 
Have given this boy a weakness of heart. 
Football I, II, III. IV; Captain IV. 
Baseball II. III. IV. 
Class Secretary II. 
Operetta IV. 



ELEANOR HART 

'An opera star she aspires to be. 
In voice and build she's right, you see. 
Glee Club I, II, III. IV; Operetta III. 

IV. 
Advertising Committee III. IV. 
Vice-President of Class I. 
Gym Leaders' Club III, IV. 
Cheerleaders' Club I. 
Senior Play IV. 



ELMER KURRLE 

The "minute" man who hits the mark 

without any preparation. 
Shore Breezes Staff IV. 
Student Council IV. 
Glee Club I. 
Football III, IV. 

National Athletic Honor Society III, IV. 
Senior Play IV. 



ELEANOR JACK 



"Shoot if you will this youn 
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I'll still retain my bob!" she said. 
Entered from Collinwood IV. 
Camera Club IV. 



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JACK LATOUR 

It's heard so oft our eardrums hum 
W ith Jack's perpetual "Got some gum?" 
Shore Breezes Staff IV. 
Port Hole Staff IV. 
Baseball IV. 
Senior Play IV. 



BERTHA KIESELBACH 

In classroom, in corridor, wherever she's 

found, 
She's sure to be giggling with mirth 

profound. 
Cheerleaders* Club IV. 
Gym Leaders 1 Club III. 
Glee Club II, III, IV. 
Music Appreciation Team I. 



FORDYCE LUIKART 

To be a great politician he aspires, 

Perhaps a president before he retires. 

Glee Club I, II, III, IV; Operetta 
III, IV. 

Student Council I, II, III, IV; Presi- 
dent IV. 

Port Hole Staff; Assistant Business 
Manager IV. 

Advertising Committee II, III. 

National Athletic Honor Society IV. 

Football Manager III. 

Basketball IV. 

Baseball II. III. IV; Captain IV. 

National Honor Society IV. 

Valedictorian. 



GOLDIE KOVACIC 

"Honor and reverence, and the good 
repute 
That follows faithful service as its 
fruit." 
Glee Club I. II, III, IV; Leader IV; 

Operetta II. Ill, IV. 
Gym Leaders' Club; Secretary IV. 
Vice-President of Class II, III. 
Orchestra I, II, III. 
Senior Play. 







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EDWARD OSBORNE 
" 'Tis folly to be ivise." 

Class Secretary-Treasurer IT. 

Football I, II. Ill, IV; Captain IV. 

Basketball I, II. 



AGNES LACH 

"From Collinwood this young miss hails, 

Though just arrived, away she sails." 
Entered from Collinwood IV. 
Camera Club IV. 



CHARLES SEZON 
This chap has a smiling view of life. 
Football IV. 
Basketball IV. 

Port Hole Staff III. VI; Associate Busi- 
ness Manager IV. 
Captain of Track Squad. 

ALICE MATHEWS 

A cute little miss, just like Mary, 
Believes in being quite contrary. 

Glee Club 1. 111. IV; Treasurer IV. 

Music Appreciation Team II. Ill, IV. 

Camera Club HI. 

Advertising Committee II, III. 

Sbore Breezes Staff III. IV. 

Port Hole Staff III. IV; Art 
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Class Secretary-Treasurer III. 

Basketball Manager IV. 

Gym Leaders' Club III. 

Scenery Painter IV. 



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JOSEF SIMONS 

Neighbors don't mind if Joe stays home 
As long as he plays his saxophone. 
Entered from East Tech IV. 
Orchestra IV. 
Band IV. 
Senior Play IV. 

ELIZABETH RAEBURN 

"Nine for the team! Come on! Let's 
go!" 
Yes, she leads us in cheers at Shore, 
you know. 

Port Hole Staff III, IV; Editor-in-Chief 
IV. 

Student Council III, IV; Vice President 
IV. 

Gym Leaders' Club III. IV; Vice Presi- 
dent IV. 

Cheerleaders' Cluh III, IV; Secretary- 
Treasurer IV. 

Shore Breezes Staff III, IV. 

Music Appreciation Team III. 

Glee Club III, IV. 

Camera Club III. 

Cheerleader III, IV. 

National Honor Society IV. 



FREDERIC WATKINS 

The cheerleaders howl; the crowd 'most 

splits ; 
We ivant a basket - - - Y-e-a Fritz! ! ! 
Basketball III. IV; Captain IV. 
Football III. IV. 

Baseball II, III, IV; Captain III. 
Shore Breezes Staff IV. 
Glee Club I. 
Orchestra I. 
National Athletic Honor Society. 



MARIE RIDDELL 

This little miss whose blue eyes beam 
Has a perky manner and thoughts that 

dream. 
Entered from Cleveland Heights II. 
Port Hole Staff; Assistant Art Editor 

IV. 
Camera Club II, III. IV. 
Music Appreciation Team II. 111. 
Gym Leaders' Club III, IV. 
Cheerleaders' Club III, IV. 
Senior Play IV. 




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PHILIP WICHERN 

"Music and knowledge are his by the 
score, 
Who else on the earth would leant to 
have more?" 
Orchestra II. III. IV. 
Band IV. 
Glee Club IV. 
Senior Play IV. 



MARY ELIZABETH RYDER 

"If we were all like this little miss, 
Rules on conduct wouldn't exist." 
Camera Club IV. 
Advertising Committee IV. 
Cheerleaders' Club IV. 
Glee Club I. II, IV. 



VICTOR ZELLE 

"I shoot' each movie at Shore," says he. 
What a perfect marksman he must be! 

Football IV. 

Basketball Manager IV. 

National Athletic Honor Society IV. 

Port Hole Staff IV. 

Movie Operator III, IV. 

Baseball Manager. 



CLARA SCHMIDT 

"So bright a day; it's quite a pity 
We cant take pictures. Oh, Yes, 
there's Schmitty!" 
Camera Club III, IV; President IV. 
Cheerleaders' Club IV. 
Gym Leaders' Club III. IV. 
Port Hole Staff III. IV; Photograph 

Editor IV. 
Music Appreciation Team II. HI. 




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RUTH SYLVESTER 

To be high in scholarship most oj the 

year 
Is a distinction that doesn't occur often 

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Gym Leaders' Club 111. i\. 
Camera Club III. IV. 
Music Appreciation Team II, III. 
Distinguished Roll IV. 



MARGUERITE TESKA 

"Little girls should be seen, but seldom 

be heard;" 
But to try that in class-rooms is truly 

absurd. 
Gym Leaders" Club III. 
Orchestra II, III, IV. 
Glee Club IV. 
Camera Club III, IV. 
Cheerleaders' Club IV. 




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Senior Class Will 

We, the Senior Class of 1928, being of sound mind and memory, do 
hereby make, ordain, declare, and publish this as our last will and testament, 
hereby revoking all former wills made by us. 

( rfi irst — We direct that our past debts be forgiven us. 

^J Second — We give to our close friend and adviser, Miss Aingworth, thirty-five 
votes of thanks, showing our appreciation for her splendid work as our adviser. 

Third — We give authority to every teacher to use us as an example when setting 
a standard for his students. 

Fourth — We hereby appoint Will Rogers as executor of our last will and testa- 



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We, the "class of '28", do hereby bequeath the following: 

Watkins and Luikart — their basketball ability to Alex Lorimer and Clifton 

T. 

Eleanor Hart and Lucille Brigleb — their plumpness to Mildred Stein and Stella 
Noch. 

Bradford Abbott — his "loving" ways to Rudolph Hoffart. 

Clara Schmidt — her collection of snapshots to the police to be used in divorce 
courts and in the rogues' gallery. 

Claire Cowin — her altitude to Margaret Lucas. 

"Mercury" Borgsteadt — his fleetness of foot to Robert March. 

Harold Book — his marvelous dramatic ability to Theodore Conrad. 

Elizabeth Raeburn — her collection of "yell books" and megaphones to Shore's 
future cheerleaders. 

Goldie Kovacic — her beauty and sweet disposition to next year's seniors. (They 
need it.) 

Jack Latour — his gum wrappers to Mr. Stray. 

The two "Curleys", Elmer and Jackson — their football ability to Clifford Bantel 
and Jack Whittle. 

Alice Mathews — her shortness to Robert Yeomans, the might) Napoleon of 
future years. 

Ruth Sylvester — her excellent grades to Willard Duff. 

Edmund Budnick — his cheery disposition to the present and future teachers. 
In witness whereof we set our hand and seal this day of February 21, 
1928. 

Witnesses: 

Charles Lindbergh, 

Nancy Miller, Princess of India. 



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Captain Applejack 

An Arabian Night's Adventure in three acts 
Presented by the Senior Class, May 25, 1928 

CAST OF CHARACTERS 

Poppy Marie Riddell 

Who is the niece of 

Mrs. Whatcombe Eleanor Hart 

Who is the sister of 

Ambrose Applejohn Harold Book 

Who longs for adventure and finds it in the mysterious appearance of the 
Russian countess 

Anne Valeska Goldie Kovacic 

Whose husband is the notorious bandit 

Ivan Borolsky Jack Latour 

Who encounters in his plan of robbery two other adventurers 

Mrs. Pengard Martha Granger 

And her husband 

Mr. Pengard Joe Simons 

Johnny Jason , Elmer Kurrle 

A real estate agent who frustrates the thieves by the aid of 

Dennett jg&. £e^ Bradford Abbott 

A policeman 



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National Honor Society 

We are proud of the little framed charter which hangs in the main 
corridor and enables Shore High pupils to be enrolled as members of the 
National Honor Society. To become a member of this nation-wide society, 
a pupil must rank high in four qualifications, namely scholarship, leader- 
ship, service, and character. 

Those who are elected as members are presented with small gold pins, 
upon which are engraved the torch of knowledge and the four letters, 
S.L.S.C., representing the four qualities for which they stand. 

To belong to a society of this kind should mean much to a member. 
When an outsider who knows nothing about the organization inquires as 
to the significance of the little gold pin, the wearer can proudly say "I 
earned that as an all-around student in my high-school days." 

Although this society is a new organization in our school, the charter 
having been granted to us in 1925, it already claims as its members a num- 
ber of Shorites, past and present. 

They are as follows: 

Aitken, Rusell, '27 
Anderson, Kenneth. "27 
Kovacic, Emily, "27 
Schubert, Betty, '27 



Aitken, Irene, '25 
Brigleb, Carl, '25 
Kinney, Laura, "26 
Mann. Lillian, '26 



Book, Harold, '28 
Kovacic, Goldie. '28 
Luikart, Fordyce, '28 
Raeburn. Elizabeth, '28 



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To Bolb or Not to Bob 

To bob, or not to bob; that is the question: 

Whether 'tis easier for the head to suffer 

The jabs and pricks of a sharp-tipped hairpin. 

Or to take shears against a mop of tresses, 

And by a few snips end them? To bob, to shingle; 

To cut, perchance quite short; aye, there's the rub; 

For with the close-clipped shingle, regrets may come 

When we a haircut need, yet find we lack 

The price of a cut. E. R. 

Irritations of a Senior 

Lower-classmen who stop for a long, drawn-out conversation in front of a drink- 
ing fountain, in a doorway, or in front of the bulletin box. 

Budding young sculptors who leave samples of their work on class-room desks. 

People who walk casually out of the gym in the last few moments of a tie-score 
game. 

The person that suggests a strike on the next day's assignment and then turns 
up the following day — the only one with his lesson prepared. 

The forgotten locker key that rests innocently at home on the dresser. 

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pose the crabs are busy juniors, 

The sophs, balloon fish, so! 
Then jelly fish musl freshmen be; 
Now let the slory go! 

In land untried beneath the sea 
Where wrecks of ships abide 

A busy life of many sorts 
Stirs bravely with the tide. 

The persislent crab holds on with a grip, 

Declaring his right of way; 
"Balloon fish, you, with inflated sides, 

You ought to get pinched, I say. " 

The jelly fish knows its lowly place 

And shrinks into the sand. 
rr No backbone at all, " balloon fish snorts, 

"Than I, there's none more grand!" 



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11A Class 

Officers 

President ... . Florence Pfeil 

Vice President Marian Ahlman 

Secretary Jean Wilson 

Treasurer Margaret Ogilvie 

f Dorothy Getler 
Student Council Members ...-j Ralph Bonnema 

[ Elsie Taylor 

Sponsor... Miss Helene Krohn 

Class Colors Rose and Gray 

Alilman. Marian Getler, Dorothy Miller. Daniel Snetsinger. Kenneth 

Bantel. Clifford Grdina, Edith Mertek, Jennie Spencer. Helen 

Bonnema. Ralph Hart. Hanna Morris. Chester Stein. Mildred 

Borgsteadt. Charlotte llauschild, Betty Ogilvie, Margaret Stray. Helen 

Bricel. Frank Herman. Norman Pearson. John Taylor. Elsie 

Carney. Bernice Kremm. Walter I'etrowsky. Janel Vidugeris, Philomeru 

Cimperman. Alice Larick, Helen I'leil. Florence Whittle, Jack 

Clement, Rachel Mathews. Lucy Repka, ltuih Wilson, lean 

Conrad. Theodore McCormick, Paul Signorelii. l.cnore 



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11B Class 

Officers 

President..... Charles Schubert 

Vice President... Robert Yeomans 

Secretary .Beatrice Hirsch 

Treasurer ..Werner Crozier 

Student Council Members \ Beatrice Hirsch 

| Charles Naso 

Sponsor - Miss Mabel Crone 

Class Colors Green and Gold 

Clark. Genavieve Hirsch, Beatrice Naso, Charles 

Cowin, Jeanette Householder, Ellsworth Schubert, Charles 

Cross, Geraldine Kisthardt, Lucille Stephens, Eva 

Crozier, Werner Lavell, Ralph Test, Walter 

Getler, Henry Lemon, Marie Yeomans, Robert 

Gillman. Wilma McDonald. Ruth Yuchuck, John 

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Officers 

President. George Scheerer 

Vice President Richard Proudfoot 

Secretary.... Margaret Lucas 

Treasurer... ...May Kressin 

Student Council Members \ Robert March 

| Dorothea Martens 

Sponsor Miss Leona Mitchell 

Class Colors Blue and Gold 

Barber, Dale Longo, Josephine Plantz. Garnet 

Borgsteadt, Richard Lucas. Margaret Proudfoot, Richard 

Christopher, Juanita Lusher. Maraliell Reidel, Lester 

Green, Walter McKinda, Genavieve Scheerer, George 

Herman, Marjorie Manzelman, Sarah Slially. Ludwig 

Kinkopf. Josephine March, Holier! Trudeau. Irene 

Knight, Jeanette Martens. Dorothea Vidrick, Anton 

Krsnik. Edward Mason. Edward Willkomm, Marie 

Kressin, May Noch. Stella Wissman, Viola 

Ogilvie, Helen 



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10B Class 

Officers 
President Scott Crampton 

Vice President Robert Parks 

Secretary.. Lucille Riddell 

Treasurer Adele Hicks 

Student Council Member : ....Lucille Riddell 

Sponsor Mr. Stanley Whiteside 

Class Colors Crimson and White 




Alger, Clifton 
Binckley, John 
Cameron, Rachel 
Childers, William 
Clymer, William 
Crampton, Scott 
Devor, Leslie 
Domitor, Margaret 
Duff, Willard 
Geiger, John 
Gezann, Arthur 



Gill, Jack 
Griffis, Myrtle 
Hicks, Adele 
Hoprich, Katherine 
Hunter, Pauline 
Jehlicka, Louise 
Judkins. Edwin 
Klaus, Rosie 
Lauderbach, Edgar 
Macey, James 
Miller, Stuart 



Parks, Robert 
Parmalee, Richard 
Riddell, Lucille 
Schink, Nettie 
Stepanevich, Lilyan 
Stevens, Orves 
Trattar, Violet 
Thomas. Ralph 
Waterwash, Antoinette 
Wichern, Carl 
Zivkovic. Marie 



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Officers 

President..... John Brigleb 

Vice President Jane WlTMER 

Secretary.. Howard Cook 

Treasurer William Lockard 

Student Council Member Leroy Collins 

Sponsor Miss Jane Williams 

Class Colors Purple and Gold 




Amidich, Emilie 
Andrews. Charles 
Armocida, Bernice 
Black. Margaret 
Bowles, Lillian 
Brigleb, John 
Brott, Mildred 
Bukovec, Charles 
Bukovec, Frances 
Camplejohn, Reed 
Centner, Bernice 
Cerjan, Anna 



Clavey, Arvilla 
Clines, Margaret 
Collins, Leroy 
Cook, Howard 
Cowin. Mary 
Disanto, Evelyn 
Fox, Eli 

Crdina, Florence 
Herzog. Philip 
Hill, Esther 
Johnson, Evadna 
Latour. Dick 
Lee, Mary 



Lockard, William 
Malovrh, Sophie 
Mantel, George 
Mertek, Rudolph 
Mortimer, lima 
Overacre, Catherine 
Pilla, Lucy 
Podnar. Matthew 
Pyle. May 
Rose, Charles 
Seidel, Rulh 
Sezon, Emma 
Sharnas, Helen 



Sintick. Helen 
Skyrance. Pauline 
Stenger, Ethel 
Taylor. Patricia 
Testa. Carl 
Trauh. Lawrence 
Triman, Alvin 
Vedder, Erma 
Wilms. Edward 
Witmer, Jane 
Zelle, Dorothy 
Zook. John 



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9B Class 

Officers 

President Ruth NASON 

Vice President Gretchen Schwan 

Secretary Le Verne Spencer 

Treasurer Helen Douglas 

Student Council Member Mary Yeomans 

Sponsor..... ., Mr. Knox 

Angelone, Pasquolino Hartman, Hilda Montana, Isabella Sava, Mary 

Bauer. Anna Hartzel. Mary Morris. George Schwan, Gretchen 

Bonnema, Wesley Haslin, Arline Murray, Katherine Sinkovic, Rose 

Boyence, Mary HofFart, Rudolph Nason, Ruth Spencer, Le Verne 

Bricel, Florence Ischay, Harry Nosse. Louis Spino, Frances 

Carlson, Lennart Jamison, Virginia Parenti. Angelo Sullivan. Marjorie 

Carney, Margaret Karls, Harold Parmele, Helen Tegel, Frank 

Davirro. Antoinette Kekic, Julia Passeralo, Florence Ticlmer, Sanfor 

Douglas. Helen Roller. Frank Patterson, Surlene Turk. Antonia 

Drenik, Frances Koren. Frank Peck. Caroline Ulepic. Rose 

Frabotta, Pasquolino Kucich, Anton Pellerin, Margaret Vehr, John 

Fioritto. Ralph Lane. Gertrude Poje, Stonko Wachtell, Lester 

Gardner, Geraldine Laturell, Ralph Preskar, Pauline Wacker, Grace 

Grill. Alice Launch, Bertha Pyle, Freda Wagner. Frances 

Guarino, Vincent Lorimer. Alexander Rauth, Otto Willkomm, John 

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Clifford Bantel First Violin 

John Binckley Saxophone 

Ralph Bonnema Melophone 

Lucille Brigleb Cornet 

Lennert Carlston Euphonium 

Leroy Collins First Violin 

John Geiger Second Violin 

Myrtle Griffis Second Violin 



[ Margaret Lucas 
Florence Pfeil 



Alex Lorimer Melophone 

Paul McCormick Bass 

Richard Parmele Clarinet 

John Pierson Drums 

Joe Simons Clarinet, Alto Saxophone 

Marguerite Teska First J iolin 

Carl Wichern Cornet 

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Officers 

Leader Goldie Kovacic 

Secretary Eleanor Hart 

Treasurer Alice Mathews 

Librarian ...Theoda Luikart 

Director Miss Faetkenheuer 

Ahlman. Marian Martens. Dorothea 

Borgsteadt, Charlotte Mathews. Lucy 

Bucovec, Frances McKinda, Genavieve 

Clark, Genevieve Noch, Stella 

Cimperman, Alice Petrowsky, Janet 

Cowin, Claire Pfeil, Florence 

Cowin. Jeannette Raeburn, Elizabeth 

Getler, Dorothy ^fltfc Repka, Ruth 

Granger, Martha m Ryder, Mary 

Herman, Marjorie Schmidt. Clara 

Hicks, Adele -: Stephens. Eva 

Hirsch. Beatrice ^^^ Spencer. Helen 

Hauschild. Bett) BUm Taylor, Elsie 

Kieselhach. Bertha Teska. Marguerite 

Kressin, May Willkomm, Marie 
Lemon. Marie 

Miss Faetkenheuer 
Director oj Music in Euclid Schools 




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Officers 

Leader Harold Book 

Secretary-! 'resurer Clifford Bantel 

Librarian Ralph Bonnema 



Abbott, Bradford 
Alger. Clifton 
Crampton, Scott 
Dissette, Kester 
Getler, Henry 



Gill, Jack 

Householder, Ellsworth 
Lorimer, Alex 
Luikart, Fordyce 
McCormick, Paul 



Miller. Daniel 
Naso, Charles 
Pearson, John 
Scheerer, George 
Schubert, Charles 



Snetsinger, Kenneth 
Whittle, Jack 
Wichern. Philip 
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excellent performance. 

The loud applause of the large audience proved the success of this well-enacted operetta. 
Much credit is due Mr. King and Miss Faetkenheuer as directors of the performance. 
The cast was as follows: 

Sylvia Eleanor Hart Dame Paula Goldie Kovacic 

Franz Harold Book Von Trump Jack Whittle 

Liane Helen Spencer Slingsby Robert Yeomans 

Carl Alex Lorimer Caniche Charles Naso 

Six White Geese... .Marian Ahlman, Genevieve Clark, Betty Hauschild, 
Ruth Itepka. EUie Tasini. Marie Willkomm 



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Editor-in-Chief 

Elizabeth Raeburn 

Business Manager 

Harold Book 
Associate Literary Editors 
Bradford Abbott 
Heleh Larick 
Helen Spencer 
Marian Ahlman 
Florence Pfeil 

Associate Photograph Editors 
Theoda Lltkart 
Dorothy Getler 



An Editor 

Alice Mathews 
Photograph Editor 

Clara Schmidt 
Associate Business Managers 

Charles Sezon 

Fordyce Luikart 

Jennie Mertek 

Jack Latour 

Victor Zelle 

Edmund Budnick 

Associate Art Editors 
Marie Riddell 
Goldie Kovacic 



In publishing the third volume of the Port-Hole, this year's staff feels 
deep gratitude to Miss Clare Swartz, founder of the Port-Hole and faculty 
adviser during its three years of being. Under her direction the staff has 
learned many things. Courtesy in business dealings, promptness in meeting 
obligations, and a spirit of fairness toward all departments of the school— 
these have been the policy of the staff through her sponsorship. 

Now as this book goes to press, the staff expresses appreciation of her 
work with and for them. 




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Student Council 

Officers 

President ..FoRDYCE LuiKART 

Vice President Elizabeth Raeburn 

Secretary-Treasurer Elsie Taylor 

Sponsor Mr. Metts 

This year's Student Council was made up of thirteen members, each class being 
represented by one or more members. This organization, sponsored by the Principal, 
met weekly. Its purpose was to discuss the problems of the school and suggest ways 
of handling situations. 

The Student Councils achievements this year include arranging the program 
of the installation of class officers and installing a systematic seating arrangement 
for the classes during assemblies in the gymnasium. 

The general policy of the Student Council has been to secure the cooperation 
of the student body with the faculty and Student Council. 



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Sliore Breezes 

Shore Breezes, official news organ of Shore, is completing the fifth year of its 
existence. Like most five-year olds, it has outgrown its infancy and is growing so 
steadily in importance that it may soon have to change its "mimeographed" dress for 
a "printed" one. I Prints are quite the fashion this season. I 

Puhlished every Tuesday with the help of Miss Louise Darst and the typing 
department, this four-page paper has carried to the community through two hundred 
and fifty subscribers piping hot news of school affaris. 



Editor-in-Chief 
Helen Larick 

Associate Editor 
Florence Pheil 

Artists 
Clara Schmidt 
Marie Riddell 



Sports Editor 
Harold Book 

Reporters 
Marian Ahlman 
Helen Spencer 

Faculty Adviser 
Miss Clare Swartz 



Circulation Manager Mimeographers 
Jennie Mertek Bradford Ahbott 

Clifton Alger 
Typists Edmund Budnick 

Reed Camplejolm 



Elmer Kurrle 
Elizaheth Raehurn 
Marie Riddell 
Frederic Wat kins 



Jack Latour 
Stuart Miller 
Victor Zelle 



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The fish are on their way 
To watch a well-matched swimming meet- 
The talk of all the day. 

Each swimmer steels himself against 
His opponent of the fray, 

Makes up his mind to win the prize 
In a good clean sportsman's way. 

The race is on ! How fasl they go ! 

Ah ! this will put to tesl 
Athletic skill, and we shall see 

Whose art will prove the hesl. 





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Football 

Back Row — L. or R.: Coach Van Deusen, Ralph Bonnema, Waller Kremm, Norman Herman (Man- 
ager), Harold Book, Warren Borgsteadt, Mr. Metts. 

Front Row — L. to R.: Victor Zelle, Edmund Budnick, Fritz Watkins, Lee Grand Jackson (Capt.), 
Elmer Kurrle, Robert Yeomans, Charles Schubert. 

Our football season was extremely hard. As the boys "didn't choose to run' 
for first place, they did the next best thing and carried off the "Cellar" champion- 
ship honors. 

It is a known fact that when a school loses, by graduation, about ninety percent 
of its football material, the next year's team is sure to be in sore straits. Shore was 
in just such a position last fall. Most of the material was green, and the squad 
averaged only one-hundred thirty pounds per man. Captain Jackson, the most 
promising man on the team, was injured in a practice game and was laid up for 
the rest of the season. In the backfield there were two "letter men", Watkins and 
Schubert. On the line there were three letter men. Kurrle, Borgsteadt, and Yeomans. 
Every game was played against unsurmountable odds, namely weight and experience. 
Yet in spite of these facts, no one ever saw eleven men try harder. They would 
arise from the disappointment of one defeat and make a desperate effort in the 
following game. This same team held the joint Conference Champs nearly score- 
less for three quarters. They scored on the powerful Longwood eleven. We spec- 
tators must remember that, 

"What though the field is lost, all is not lost." 
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Alice Mathews (Manager). Coach Van Deusen, Miss Aingworth 

L. to R. : Lucy Mathews, Mildred Stein, Florence Pfeil, Dorothy Getler (Captain). 

Juunita Christopher, Theoda Luikart. 

Girls 9 Basketball Review 

The girls' basketball season for 1928 was the best that Shore has had for some 
lime. Only two letter girls, Dorothy Getler, captain, and Lucy Mathews, remained, 
about which to construct a team. At the first call for basketball forty girls re- 
sponded and, after considerable thinning out, a squad of fifteen girls worked stren- 
uously and were well prepared for their opening game which was with Euclid. 
The Euclidites were defeated by a 39-16 count. The following two games were lost 
to Bedford and Fairport. But, in the remaining games of the season, excellent 
guarding, passing, and shooting, and the Shore spirit brought the biggest ends of 
the scores to Shore. Such teams as Maple Heights and Brush High fell under the 
powerful Shore sceptre. The sextet consisted of 

Florence Pfeil R. F. Lucy Mathews L. G. 

Juanita Christopher L. F. Mildred Stein R. G. 

Dorothy Getler C. Theoda Luikart C. G. 

Dorothy Getler, the captain of the team, and Alice Mathews, manager, worked 
conscientiously and filled their posts well. 

Credit for the nice work of the team is due to Mr. Van Deusen and to Miss 
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Coach Van Deusen, Victor Zelle (Manager), Mr. Metts 
L. to R.: Fordyce Luikart, Walter Kremm, Fritz Watkins (Captain), Frank Bricel, 

Bradford Abbott. 

Basketball Review 

A green basketball squad reported to coach Van Deusen at the beginning of 
the season. Captain Watkins was the only veteran. Realizing their inexperience, 
the squad worked hard at fundamentals and scrimmage. After three weeks of hard 
practice, the varsity that was picked defeated the alumni team. 

Shore then started her conference season and lost the first five games to Euclid. 
John Marshall, Shaker Heights, West Commerce, and Longwood. Yet there is some 
glory in these defeats. The latter teams were playing their best brand of basketball 
of the season at the time our team coped with them. 

After this bad start, Shore came back fighting valiantly to the end. Five 
games in the last two weeks resulted in three victories. Brush was defeated twice 
and Euclid Central once. Rocky River beat our team twice. The second Brush 
and the the Rocky River games were at the tournament. 

Shore had some bad luck in losing players. In the middle of the season a 
very capable guard, Scott Crampton, was out on account of illness. Shore received 
another blow in the second Euclid game, when our star guard. Abbott, badly 
sprained his ankle and was out for the tournament. 

Although the basketball season was not so successful as it might have been, it 

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Athletic Education 

In Grecian times the mastering of athletic feats was an important 
part of a student's training. From childhood his body was kept fit for 
the most trying physical ordeals. In much the same way, physical educa- 
tion in public schools of today helps to keep the mind and body healthy. 
In modern times, however, there is one distinctive difference. Not only 
boys, but girls as well, participate in the physical activities of the school. 

Shore's athletic activities vary. There is physical education for 
everybody. Twice a week the boys under Mr. Case and the girls under 
Mrs. Walker take part in lively sports during their gym classes. 

Some years hence the girls who now enjoy the opportunity of taking 
gymnasium under the direction of Mrs. Walker will mark as one of their 
chief enjoyments the varied games in the gym. Among these contests have 
been the volley ball games. For the tournament one team from each gym 
class was chosen. Every Tuesday after school one team played against 
another until each team had been matched against every other class group. 
Excitement ran high, and good sportsmanship marked every game. 

The foul-shooting contests at noon helped to keep alive the awakened 
interest in sports. These free-throw contests were held for the purpose of 
weeding out the champion foul-shooters of both the junior and senior highs. 
The contests, sponsored by Mr. Brose, were open to every one who wished to 
try his skill at making baskets. Both boys and girls took a lively interest 
in them. Fordyce Luikart and Bernice Carney caged the honors in the 
senior high, while John Tippen and Ruth Nason (now of the 9B class) of 
the junior high proved their superior skill. 

National Athletic Honor Society 

Boys who have earned at least one athletic letter and have been above 
the school average in scholarship for the past three years are eligible to the 
National Athletic Scholarship Society. This organization is one of newest 
in our school, the charter having been granted in 1927. 

The members, up to date, are the following: 

Eugene Fryan '27 Frederic Watkins "28 

Harold Book '28 Victor Zelle '28 

Warren Borgsteadt '28 Ralph Bonnema '29 

Edmund Budnick '28 Walter Kremm '29 

Elmer Kurrle '28 Charles Schubert '30 

Robert Yeomans '30 




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F. L. Case Coach E. Budnick Manager 

C. Sezon Captain G. Morris Manager 

(Points scored to date) 



H. Bartlett ......3634 

J. Latour 23% 

C. Morris 18% 

J. Gill 11 

L. Jackson 10 

T. Conrad 8 

P. Wichern 7% 



N. Herman 4% 

W. Crosier 4% 

W. Test 3% 

C. Schubert 3% 

W. Borgsteadt 3V 2 

D. Borgsteadt 2% 

D. Barber 2 



The above points were made in the C. A. C. meet at the Public Hall and in the 
following dual meets: 



Euclid Central 59 

Mentor 49 

Brush 51 

Longwood 50 



Shore 44 

Shore 48 

Shore 56 

Shore 57 



The results of the following scheduled meets were incomplete at press time. 



Medina 

Greater Cleveland Conference. 
(At Shaker Field I 

Lakewood Relays 

Lakewood District Meet 



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Qieerleadliig 

No team is complete without its rooters, and no group of rooters is 
complete without its cheerleaders. 

A Cheerleading Club was organized by Miss Doutt, from which two 
cheerleaders for the games were picked. During the season these two leaders 
kept the rooting a-going. Shore has been complimented quite a few times 
by opposing schools on its success in rooting. So we chalk up one more 
point toward success in athletic circles. 




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could have been much worse. After all is said and done we know that the team 
tried hard and played cleanly from beginning to end. 
This year's varsity was as follows: 

Fritz Watkins Forward Walter Kremm Center 

Fordyce Luikart Forward Bradford Abbott... Guard 

Dick Borgsteadt Forward Scott Crampton Guard 

Frank Bricel Center Howard Cook Guard 

Victor Zelle Manager 



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Baseball 

Mr. Van Deusen Coach 

Fordyce Luikart ..Captain 

Victor Zelle .....Manager 

Shore won its first victories in baseball this year. The team worked hard every 
night at practice and showed the benefit of the hard practice at the frames. The 
opening game with Bedford found the following line-up: 

Watkins ...SS Podnar 3B Bricel . ...IB 

Luikart ._..2B Jackson CF Abbott ...BF 

Gezann C Borgsteadt LF Lauderbach ..... ...LF 

After the Belford game Coach Van Deusen found a few changes necessary. 
Borgsteadt, our veteran pitcher of last year, replaced Bartlett on the mound, and 
Lauderbach alternated with Bricel in holding down first base. The ticket sales were 
placed in the hands of the team members, and a marked improvement was shown 
in attendance. 



Schedules and scores to date. 

April 13 Shore 

April 20 Shore 

April 27 Euclid 

May 7 Shore 

May ff Brush 

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President... Theoda Luikart 

Vice President Elizabeth Raeburn 

Secretary Goldie Kovacic 

The Leaders' Club, comparatively new at Shore, is an organization 
made up of junior and senior girls who take gym. The purpose is to create 
more interest in gym work. Each member is responsible for making the 
gym period as interesting as possible. 

The girls are assigned various duties which help to keep order in class. 
Each month a girl is assigned a different duty. One girl takes attendance, 
one teaches class, while another inspects the class and checks up on girls 
who are not properly dressed for gym work. This system not only lifts a 
load from Mrs. Walker's shoulders, but it gives the girls a special pride in 
knowing that they are partly responsible for the execution of an enjoyable 
year of work and play in the gymnasium. 

The club has been under the splendid supervision of Mrs. Walker. 




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Cleveland Music Memory Contest 

The Cleveland Music Memory Contest was organized in 1920 by the Cleveland 
Orchestra for the promotion of interest in good music, especially the Symphony. 

The contest has been open to Senior and junior Public and Private Schools, and 
to Adult Clubs of Northern Ohio. 

Shore entered the contest in 1926 and won fourth prize in 1927 together with 
thirteen gold pins for perfect scores. 

The form of the contest was changed this year. Added to that of former years 
was recognition of dance form, composers' style, idiom of expression, and the differ- 
ent instruments of the Orchestra. 

Shore did very well in spite of the greater difficulty, coming home with fourth 
place and having beaten such schools as Glenville, Longwood, and Cleveland Heights. 






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Ryder, Mary 
Vidugeris, Philomena 



Clement, Rachel Hart, Eleanor 

Cook, Howard Kinkopf, Josephine 

Do you want to know what's going on? why, when, and where it's going on? 
Ask the advertising committee. 

All advertising at Shore is done by this committee, which consists ol five 
girls and one boy. Posters for movies and athletics are printed and distributed 
by them. They, also, are responsible for the handbills that are scattered broadcast 
over the neighborhood each week. You buy vour tickets for the movies and games 
from this committee and then hand them right back to the same people when the 
tickets are collected. 

The personnel of our advertising staff, which is sponsored by Mr. Spangler. 
all thoroughly enjoy their work. There are only two of its members graduating 
this year. With the majority of its old members left, we can look forward to 
another successful season. 




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Those boys who played must remember that. 
"The harder you fall 
The higher you bounce. 
Come up with a blackened eye; 
It's not the fact that vou're whipped that counts, 
But how did you fight, and why." 

Ends: Walter Kremm. Ralph Bonnema. 

Tackles: Harold Book, Edmund Budnick, Victor Zelle. 

Guards: Scott Crampton. Warren Borgsteadt. Robert Yeomans. 

Center: Elmer Kurrle. 

Backfield: Lee Grand Jackson, Charles Schubert, Richard Borgsteadt. Frit/ 

Watkins. 
Manager: Norman Herman. 



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We had a rather shy visitor 

One day in the halls at Shore. 

He listened to our English class 
As he sat at the open door. 

Miss Swartz went on as usual. 

Oh yes! She saw him there, 
And though he waited ten minutes or more, 

She didn't seem to care. 

Perhaps his appearance wasn't so nice, 
And anyway that doesn't matter, 

For when Jack Latour stood up to recite 
In came our guest, pitter-patter. 

He came in with his head up high, 
Stopped short before his choice. 

And wagged his tail so happily. 

He had heard his "master's voice." 

G. K. 



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OUR ADVERTISERS 

Their generous patronage has guaranteed the financial success 
of this year's Port-hole. 

The staff thanks these patrons and urges students to enjoy busi- 
ness relations with them. 



A. Azman 

Mrs. Bluem 

F. F. Book 

Boulevard Barber Shop 

Brooks Coal and Supply 

A. J. Budnick and Co. 

Cass Drug Co. 

Carney-Strong, Inc. 

Clair Marcelle 

J. B. Clark 

Clover Farm Stores Co. 

Dille Bd. Lumber Co. 

C. T. Downer 

Dyke School of Business 

East Shore Community Club 

Mr. C. B. Ely 

Euclid Fuel and Supply 

Mr. M. L. Fisher 

Guenther's Art Galleries Co. 

Herff Jones Co. 

Kibbler Co. 

John Klaus 

La Salle Theater 



J. F. Linnert Dairy 

A. Logar 

Luikart Agency 

Mervis Drug Co. 

Moss Drug Co. 

Nottingham Drug Co. 

Nottingham Hardware Co. 

Nottingham Savings & Banking Co. 

E. 0. Rauchfleisch 

Roberts Hardware Co. 

Schwarz Electric Co. 

William E. Schwarz 

The Scoop Printing Co. 

Spencerian School 

Floyd Stein 

Harry W. Stein 

Stevenson Oil and Chemical Co. 

The Upson Walton Company 

Mr. H. Van Deusen 

Frank Vesel 

Wickliffe Lumber Co. 

Wilcox Commercial School 

J. E. Youngklaus 



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To Identify Our 66 BaMcs" 

1 . Rarely does she smile as she did when this picture was taken. Her 
initials are M. T. 
2. & 4. They came in not so long ago from Collinwood. They are A. L. 
and E. J. 
3. Yes, of course you know "■Mercury". 

5. How she toots that horn in Shores orchestra! 

6. She is the Art Editor of the Porthole. 

7. That "thrifty" senior! 

8. Did you ever see her without a kodak in her hand? 

9. She is Martha, though not like her namesake of Biblical times. 

10. Although he is not the H. B. with the melodious voice, his initials, 
nevertheless, are H. B. 

11. How well she carried the lead in "Sweethearts"! 

12. The better half of No. 17. 

13. Mr. Metts' secretary from Spencerian. 

14. We are proud of our yearly Distinguished Roll member. 

15. A musical man. Even in study hall he studies music. 

16. Quite high living for this young miss — 5' 8". 

17. He "shoots" the movies. 

18. Both brains and beauty combined in this young miss. 

19. Every one knows the "plumber". Surely, you must! 

20. He graduates at last! 

21. We would not have had this fine Annual but for her fine supervision 
as editor-in-chief. 

22. Can't you see him run down the field with the "pigskin" under his arm? 

23. She hailed from East last year. She is D. E. 

24. He is our Student Council President. 

25. She has such pretty curly hair, and she's such a tiny thing. 

26. A real basketball star. He, too, came from Collinwood just this year. 

27. How we girls envy his lovely complexion! 

28. T. L. is destined to be a gym teacher. Just watch her at practice, and 
you will soon find out. 

29. Now, let me introduce the champion "gum bummer" of Shore. 

30. And last but not least, here is our worthy Varsity Basketball Captain 
of '28. 

IN ENGLISH CLASS 
Miss Swartz: Scott, where would you go to find the 200 books in the 
library? 

Scott (amused): I'd go to mother. 

At the try-outs for senior play, the seniors had to read the following 
line: 

"My husband, an Oriental seer and psychic." 

One senior: This is my husband, an Oriental steer. 

Another: This is my husband, an Oriental seer and side-kick. 

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DELICA TESSEN 

and 

CONFECTIONERY 

614 East 185th St. 



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Clover Farm Stores Co. 

22064 Lake Shore Blvd. 



KEnmore 2367 



Free Delivery Service 



L. TICHNER, Manager 



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Phones: Hours: 

MAin 5011 9:30 A.M. to 4:30 P.M. and by ap- 

KEnmore 1619-W pointment Wednesday and Saturday 

evenings at residence 
58 East 219th St.— 7 to 8:30 P.M. 

Dr. Charles t. downer 

OPTOMETRIST 

Special Attention to Straightening Crossed Eyes by Non Operative Methods 

691 THE ARCADE 
CLEVELAND 



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\ EUCLID SHORE HIGH GRADUATE 

S wishing to prepare for a business position quickly or desir- 

S ing a complete business course of college grade may obtain 

\ it at 



DYKE SCHOOL OF BUSINESS 

1001 HURON RD. 

Cleveland 
SUperior 0180 SUperior 0181 

MEMBER NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF ACCREDITED COMMERCIAL SCHOOLS 

FLOYD B. STEIN, Inc. 

Paving and Sidewalk Contractors 
Steam and Domestic Coal of All Kinds 



YARD and OFFICE: 
BABBITT ROAD AND NICKEL PLATE R. R. 

We have a Coal for Every Need . Let Us Take Care of You 



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Thought To Be Worth While 
Must Complete Itself In Action 

Set a goal for yourself in the Commercial World. 
Prepare yourself for it, and you will attain the goal. 

We Guarantee Good Positions to Graduates of Our 
Private Secretary and Business Administration Courses. 

WILCOX COMMERCIAL SCHOOL 

10014 Euclid Ave. 



Ulmer Bldg., Public Square 



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Compliments of 

C. R. ELY 

Mayor 

KEnmore 0687 



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Compliments of 

M.L.FISHER I 

Justice of the Peace 



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Quality 



Service 



Roberts Hardware Co. i 

676-682 East 185th Street 
CLEVELAND 



NOTTINGHAM 
|j DRUG CO. 

I EXPERT PRESCRIPTION SERVICE 

East 187th and St. Clair Ave. 
KEnmore 0066 



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Phone: 

KEnmore 0721 



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Office and Yard 

Babbitt Rd. and 

N. Y. C. R. R. 



The Euclid Fuel & Supply Co. 

Dealers in Quality Coal 

Specializing Pocahontas Anchor 
and Kentucky Block 

L. E. STEVENS, Mgr. NOBLE, O. 5 

THE WICKLIFFE \ 
LUMBER CO. 

LUMBER, SASH and DOORS 
MULE HIDE ROOFING 

Not a Rick in a Million Feet 

OWN YOUR OWN HOME 



Compliments of 

A. AZMAN 

Noble Confectionery 
Candy — Cigars — Soft Drinks 



Luikart Agency :; 

s 
5 

Jhtsuranrp . . . Heal iEstate 
Sfatanj Public 




L. E. Luikart L.J. Luikart 



18605 ST. CLAIR AVE.. CLEVELAND. OHIO 



Compliments of 



23931 St. Clair Avenue 









JOHN E. CASS, Ph. S. 

Pharmacist 



791 E. 185th St. 
KEnmore 2877 



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J. E. YOUNGKLAUS 

Curtains, Draperies and Slip Covers 

ORDER WORK A SPECIALTY 
. . . ANTIQUES RESTORED . . . 



1558 E. 105th St. 



|q Sdll<?lhedtr<> 

" r 185TH AT KILDEER 
Presents 

The Pick of the 

World's Greatest 

Photoplays and Vaudeville Attractions 

Always a Good Shoiv 



H. J. MERVIS 

Prescriptionist 

Mervis Drug 



638 East 185th Street 



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GARFIELD 0655 



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' i A Store of Service ' 

FRANK VESEL 

Meats and Groceries 
of Quality 

787 E. 185th St. Kenmore 0123-M 

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J "It pays to look well" 

\ Boulevard Barber Shop 
\ and Beauty Parlor 



at 22072 Lake Shore Blvd. 
I| H. S. Winters Mrs. Frost 

•J Beauty Parlor Hrs. 

5 10 to 6 or by appointment 

5 KEnmore 0600 



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After High §©lhool - = 

THEN WHAT? 

Business today is offering exceptionally fine opportunities to young people 
who are especially qualified. Among the many reasons for securing these quali- 
fications at the Spencerian School of Commerce, Accounts and Finance are: 

A wide range of courses. Twenty courses of study, including 

A nation-wide reputation for excel- four college degree courses. 

lence in training young men and women. . , . , ... 

" ; ■ ,. , , . A placement bureau that receives sev- 

Modern school buildings located in . . , , „ .. , 

the heart of Cleveland on spacious eraI hundred calls a month and serves 
erounds Spencerian graduates without charge. 

? 

i If you are in doubt as to your future occupation, we have a vocational chart 

5 that may be of great assistance to you in settling this momentous question. 
£ Ask for it. 






CLAIR MARCELLE, Photographers 
to the Senior Class of 1928 

Clair i/farcelle 

1720 EUCLID AVENUE - - CLEVELAND 
Telephone MAin 4296 



studios at !; 

New York Chicago Cleveland Philadelphia 

Akron Detroit Brooklyn 



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f Bulletins and full information will be mailed upon request. 

\ Address E. E. MERVILLE, President, Dept. H 

i Spencerian School of Commerce, Accounts and Finance 

i Founded 1848 3201 EUCLID AVE.— 3200 CHESTER AVE. PRospect 4500 

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THE DILLE ROAD LUMBER COMPANY 

Lumber Specialties 

Corner Nottingham Rd. and Nickel Plate R. R. 
KEnmore 0592-0593 



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Has A Bronc? 

You won't have any 

if you don't Save em 



Nottingham 
Savings and 
Banking Co. 

i 

^ St. Clair at Nottingham Rd. 

S Phone: KEnmore 0011 



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J. F. Lineert J 



DAIRY 



331 East 185th Street 
KEnmore 0222 



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HERFF-JONES CO. 

Incorporated 
Manufacturing Jewelers 

and Stationers 

534-546 South Meridian St. 

Indianapolis 

Official Jewelers of Shore High School 

Representative: 
EARL J. BEHM 
CEdar 2210 



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GUENTHER'S 

ART GALLERIES 

1725 EUCLID AVENUE 

Leading Print Sellers 
and Frame Makers 



We have the largest line of school ? 

pictures in the country and give £ 

liberal discounts to the schools / 



THE BOULEVARD FLORIST 

J. BLUEM 

Flowers for All Occasions 
S Funeral Work... Wedding Flowers 



KEnmore 0615 
22630 Lake Shore Blvd. Euclid, O. 



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Phone: RAndolph 3289 

Residence Phone: KEnmore 0238-M 

Estimates Furnished 

A. J. BUDNICK & CO. 

Plumbing and Heating 
Contractors 

Jobbing a Specialty 
976 E. 250th St. EUCLID, O. 



Compliments of 

J. B. CLARK 



THE 

BROOKS COAL & SUPPLY 

COMPANY 

Builder's Supplies and Concrete Block 

East 200th St. and St. Clair Ave. 
Thru Subway 

KEnmore 1050 



Carney -Strong, Inc. 

Builder's Supplies 

23776 St. Clair Ave. 



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Compliments 



Moss Dreg Co. 



21939 Lake Shore Blvd. 



Quality - Courtesy - Service 



KEnmore 0935 



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Res. 100 E. 219 St. KEnmore 0918-M jj 

Schwarz Electric Co. 

Electric Construction 

Wiring and Supplies 
High-Grade Line of Fixtures 



Corner of East 222nd St. and 
Lake Shore Blvd. 



!; G. E. SCHWARZ Cleveland 



■land, O. i 



GRADUATION 

CONGRATULATION 

CARDS 

The 

Scoop Printers 

808 East 152nd Street 



Compliments of 



EL Van Deesee 



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Notice of the dental clinic had been sent to the parents of the children in a 
certain grade. The parents were asked to sign if they wished their children's teeth 
filled or removed. Here is a note from one parent: 

"I have read the note behind this which is to fill and remove teeth, but Bobby 
has his first teeth yet which have to fall off by themselves. I have seen a doctor 
about it and he said you needn't bother because they are supposed to fall and get 
new ones." 



Compliments 
of 

H. W. STEIN 



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FURS 



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Scarfs, Coats or Trimmings 
Cost Less 



at 



The Wm. E. Schwarz 

Fur Company 

1900 Euclid Avenue 
PRospect 2194 CLEVELAND, O. 



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No Sales! 

No Cut Prices! 

No Charge Accounts! 

No Bunk of Any Kind! 

Ki bier gives you the biggest value your money can buy 
-Every day of the year — at the lowest possible price. 

Taking a small profit — giv- 
ing a big value — making 
many sales — Kibler offers 
you the opportunity to wear 
better clothes for less 
money. 

Compare! 



\COMPARE/ 




To Am Idler 

Tell me not, in mournful numbers, 

"We are here in school to shirk;" 
For the hoy is tired who slumbers 
During class while others work. 

School is real! School is earnest! 

3:15 is not your goal! 
Be alert to all that comes, as 

Quickly past you moments roll. 

Seems that some folks must be happy 
Since "Ignorance is heav'nly bliss;" 

And we note that some folks' motto 
Apparently must run like this: 

'Other idlers all remind us 

We must hinder more and more, 
And. departing, leave behind us 

Initials on the desks of Shore." 

Let not that then be your motto! 

Boost instead for a fine big Shore! 
And you'll find you'll profit if 

You idle less and study more. 

E. R. 



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